eBike Rentals

So many lovely places to ride!
Meet us at any of our favorite local spots!

Hourly Rental

2hrs • $36

4hrs • $49

Daily Rental

1 day • $79

2 days • $129

3-6 days •  $44/d

Nob Hill Shop • Mon-Fri

A unique & compact village set in the middle of an urban metropolis, Nob Hill is one of Albuquerque’s most vibrant shopping & dining destinations. From our Shop on Central Ave in East Nob Hill most attractions are to the west including the mile-long iconic expanse of Historic Route-66 Mother Road with unique locally-owned shops, cafes, galleries, tattoo shops, dispensaries, theatre and performance spaces, book store, toy store, thrift shop, costume shop, bfreweries, pubs, coffee and tea houses, ice creameries, bakery & bread shops  and dozens of casual and fine dining restaurants – including a secret speakeasy. You’ll see a wide array of architecture from mid-century modern to post-modern, territorial and spanish pueblo revival and just downright crazy stuff! Lest we forget a wide array of wall murals & neon sign! On either side of Central Ave, you’ll find very bike-friendly corridors including Silver Ave to the south and Copper Ave to the north. Anchoring the west side of Nob Hill is UNM with all it’s college neighborhood charm and things to do.

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Bike-in Coffee • Saturdays

Where the past intersections with the future – from 1800's railroads to 21st century electric bikes! Come ride an e-bike in what was originally an important river crossing on El Camino Real – the main Spanish trade route through New Mexico. Later in the 1800's, Barelas became a key hub of the Santa Fe Railroad and a vibrant neighborhood. By the 1900's, South Fourth Street became part of Route-66 where some of the most popular businesses continue to operate today. The Railyards Market hosts a large community of food growers, artisans & healers market every Sunday May-October to enjoy local food, live music, demonstrations and most of all, each other. The Free-to-Roam eBiking Booth can be found at the entrance of the market – also serving as a Bike Valet for all Railyard Market cyclists. The Bosque Trail is also easily accessible from the Railyards and the Historic Barelas District.

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Rail Yards Market • Sundays

Where the past intersections with the future – from 1800's railroads to 21st century electric bikes! Come ride an e-bike in what was originally an important river crossing on El Camino Real – the main Spanish trade route through New Mexico. Later in the 1800's, Barelas became a key hub of the Santa Fe Railroad and a vibrant neighborhood. By the 1900's, South Fourth Street became part of Route-66 where some of the most popular businesses continue to operate today. The Railyards Market hosts a large community of food growers, artisans & healers market every Sunday May-October to enjoy local food, live music, demonstrations and most of all, each other. The Free-to-Roam eBiking Booth can be found at the entrance of the market – also serving as a Bike Valet for all Railyard Market cyclists. The Bosque Trail is also easily accessible from the Railyards and the Historic Barelas District.

 
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Bike-in Coffee at Old Town Farm

 
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Railyards Market • Historic Barelas District of ABQ